Steele Cooper Law is Experienced With Wage & Hour Disputes
Employers Who Refuse to Follow the Law In Favor of Their Pocketbook
Does your employer refuse you rest and meal breaks?
Fail to pay you overtime?
Require you to work off the clock, including changing in and out of uniforms, perform “side work” and travelling to and from work locations?
Consider you an independent contractor when you are really employee, refusing you benefits because of this?
Not allow you to leave the premises while on your rest break?
Require you to purchase shoes, uniforms or use a personal cellphone?
Pay you less than the minimum wage?
Alter your time cards?
Or fail to pay you for vacation time?
If so, you may have a wage and hour claim and could be entitled to payment for these failures.
California Law Protects Workers From Being Taken Advantage of By Employers
Did you know that California minimum wage is $11 dollars an hour. Tips do not count toward minimum wage.
Did you know that you are entitled to one 30 minute meal break and 2 ten minute rest periods for every eight hours worked?
Did you know that you may be entitled to overtime pay if you work more than 8 hours in a day or 40 hours in a week if you are an hourly employee?
These are some examples of wage and hour violations. Call Steele Cooper Law to learn about your rights.